This was a much needed meditation. Yesterday I didn't finish a lot of my goals and I just felt overwhelmed. Like I was trying to do too much, and so I just needed a break. I felt bad about it, but going through this meditation I feel good again. I still have pressure but I don't feel overwhelmed or upset if I don't accomplish my goals. I'm just going to keep pushing through, knowing that I have a purpose
A pause on the "I have to lose weight" stravaganza. For four years, I'd been a slave to calorie counting, diet and food. Yes, food, because anyone on a diet knows eating is the only possible thought on the process.
The thing is: I decided, after watching a video from "Pick Up Limes" channel about intuitive eating, that was time for me to listen to my body again.
Since my metabolism had dropped significantly due to almost four years of a restrict-binge cycle, I knew a weight gain was almost inevitable, but our body is an amazing, blessed machine, and I firmly believe it will find it's balance in no time. Meanwhile, I can enjoy my victory over the weight gain ghost.
Hydrating the body is very important because it influences eac cells’ functioning in our body. We try to be fit, drinking spinach cocktails and going on runs. Our awareness of the fact that if you take care of your body it will last longer and have fewer problems, increases. Many people, however, forget about one very important thing, namely proper hydration of the body. Doctor turn our attention to this issue because it’s vital. If you become dehydrated, no diet or nutritional supplements will help you. The organism will not be able to adjust. According to doctors, the ideal amount of water is around 1.5 to 2 liters per day. What is most important here is that it’s pure water - not juices and teas, and absolutely not coffee, that flush water out of your system. It is also important not to drink the water all at once, but in small, frequent portions.